The best drugstore hair stuff. Period.Get in on the miracles in aisle three! The Rachel Zoe Project’s Joey Maalouf buys these for his clients. By Glamour The Brush for Blowouts “I love this brush,” says Maalouf. The vented barrel lifts the roots so your hair dries faster. Revlon Perfect Style Ion + Ceramic 2-inch Barrel Brush, $10, drugstore.com The Best Hairspray Ever “It gives [...]
Get in on the miracles in aisle three! The Rachel Zoe Project’s Joey Maalouf buys these for his clients.
The Brush for Blowouts
“I love this brush,” says Maalouf. The vented barrel lifts the roots so your hair dries faster.
Revlon Perfect Style Ion + Ceramic 2-inch Barrel Brush, $10, drugstore.com
The Best Hairspray Ever
“It gives a great nonsticky hold,” he says. One Elnett fan: Rachel Zoe
L’Oreal Paris Elnett Satin Extra Strong Hold Unscented Hairspray, $14, ulta.com
The Ultimate Smoother
“This antifrizz cream is major,” says Maalouf. “Apply it on wet hair, and air-dry.” Diffuse for more oomph!
Garnier Fructis Style Curl Calm Down Anti-Frizz Cream, $4, drugstore.com
All Hairpins Aren’t Created Equal
“They have to be strong,” he says. “These are my faves.” Get ones to match your color. Jamie-Lynn Sigler loves these bobbies! Vidal Sassoon Bobby Pins, $1, drugstore.com
A One-Two Punch for Healthy Hair
“This shampoo smells amazing, and the conditioner is great for dead ends,” Maalouf says.
Pantene Pro-V Fine Hair Solutions Volume Shampoo and Conditioner, $5, drugstore.com
His Go-To for Glossy Hair
Just a drop does the trick on dry ends and flyaways. Molly Sims swears by this serum.
Dove Nourishing Oil Care Anti Frizz Serum, $6, drugstore.com
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